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Bex Taylor-Klaus


Bex Taylor-Klaus attended NYFA’s Teen Filmmaking Camp in 2012.

Their first professional acting role was Bullet on the AMC crime drama series The KillingFrom 2013 to 2015, Taylor-Klaus played the recurring role of Sin in The CW’s popular superhero drama series Arrow.

After gaining prominence from their roles in The Killing and Arrow, Taylor-Klaus went on to play several guest roles in numerous television series, including Glee and iZombie, and they landed a lead role in the first two seasons of MTV’s Scream television series. In 2016, Taylor-Klaus began voicing the starring role of Katie “Pidge” Holt in the Netflix animated series Voltron: Legendary Defender.

They also had a starring role in the slasher-horror film Hell Fest and musical comedy Dumplin’ alongside Jennifer Aniston. Taylor-Klaus also appeared as Casey Ford in season 3 of the Netflix teen drama series 13 Reasons Why

In 2020, they starred in a lead role for the Fox procedural drama Deputy.

Program Studied at NYFA: Filmmaking
Program Type: Teens & Kids Camp
Year Attended: 2012
Location: Los Angeles
Credits: Arrow, Voltron, The Killing, Hell Fest, Discarnate, Dumplin’, 13 Reasons Why, Deputy, Polyester, Trim Season 


Bex Taylor-Klaus Promo for "Scream" Season 2

"Hell Fest" Interview with Bex Taylor-Klaus

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